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programming note, this morning on the "today" show, exclusive interviews with tyler hamilton one of the armstrong's teammates. and livestrong ceo doug ulman. >>> the speculation continues to swirl around notre dame as linebacker manti te'o and the mystery over a girlfriend he publicly mourned and now says never existed. in the wake of that revelation in claims he was a victim of the elaborate hoax news organizations are sifting news reports raising more questions. an associated press review finds the heisman trophy candidate perpetuated the relationship. te'o said he learned of the hoax on december 6th which leaves us to learn when will we hear from te'o himself. >>> now, the latest on the ongoing hostage crisis in algeria. new details are emerging about the algerian government raid to rescue foreign nationals held captive at a bp-related gas plant. some americans escaped but others are still being held. duncan, what's the latest? >> reporter: good morning. the latest has come from the british prime minister who has been speaking to his algerian counter part and he said they are
is daniel coyle along with tyler hamilton of "secret race" inside the hidden world of the tour de france, doping, cover-ups and winning at all coasts. also bill strickland and senior legal analyst jeffrey toobin. first blush, what do you think? >> it's the most painful, successful therapy session in television. it's riveting. >> have you ever seen armstrong so uncomfortable, so nervous? >> he looks like he's strapped to the sift plane that's crashing. he's not giving it up. occasionally there are flashes where it seems like he's genuinely self-reflecting. a lot more pauses and hair splitting, as she said. >> do you think he's telling the truth, the full truth? >> no, i don't. clearly at parts -- in our book we recorded very clearly that armstrong was the kingpin there. he made a phone call to basically end tyler hamilton's career. he had the number of the uci president in his pocket. after tyler hamilton beat him in an important race before the tour. he had hamilton hauled in and busted for doping. that type of power was what he wielded. >> armstrong seems to indicate he wasn't forcing p
. >> were you blood doping in the stage 11 of the 2000 tour, stopping at a hotel, tyler hamilton says you stopped at a hotel. >> i'm getting confused on the stages, but certainly that was -- >> in the middle of the tour, tyler hamilton said that there would be times when you all were injecting epo in a camper or in a tent and right outside the fans would be outside and you all would be dumping the syringes in coke cans, is that true? >> i didn't read tyler's book. i don't necessarily remember that. but i'm certainly not going to say that's a lie, that's not true. >> he says he doesn't remember that. the more he confesses, we know he's a liar. how does -- how do you believe anything that he says going forward? is that possible to change that in any way when you look at his brand and who he is? >> when you have look at heroes in pop culture, the key is that they need to acknowledge the truth, which he's done. i think the next step is stepping back to rehabilitate, really asking the hard questions, getting in touch with who they are, stepping forward and saying what is my new life going to b
, tyler hamilton, what does he think of this big interview, this big confession? you'll hear from him with piers morgan coming up. [ male announcer ] ok, here's the way the system works. let's say you pay your guy around 2% to manage your money. that's not much you think. except it's 2% every year. does that make a difference? search "cost of financial advisors" ouch. over time it really adds up. then go to e-trade and find out how much our advice costs. spoiler alert: it's low. really? yes, really. e-trade offers investment advice and guidance from dedicated, professional financial consultants. it's guidance on your terms, not ours. that's how our system works. e-trade. less for us. more for you. >>> a lot of great questions here. keep tweeting me @brookeb at cnn. lance armstrong confesses to doping. while he was doping, he didn't think he was cheating, he says. >> i had this exercise, kipt he i kept hearing, i'm a cheat, i'm a cheat, i'm a cheater. i went and looked up -- i looked up the definition of cheat. >> yes. >> and the definition of cheat is to gain an advantage on a rival o
. but it is a doorway that he has to go through. there is no other way to admit. i saw my co-author tyler hamilton, his lieutenant, go to the same process where it is very difficult to admit all at once. it is like excavating a giant city underneath the sand, it takes time to dig out. dodge do you feel -- dodger do feel it is confined to cycling? >> is a lot of high-end sports. if you have a culture where there are not a lot of regulations, the fear of being caught, the desire for competitive people to win, he will get this pattern. the psychology is the same. the story is bigger, it is a story about culture and the answers lie in how you create a culture that helps people away from cheating as opposed to tilting them toward cheating? >> still to come on tonight's program. china's economy is not as hot as it used to be. it has the government is scrambling to find a new spark. onstage, the ballet world is known for its beauty and grace. behind-the-scenes today, there has been a brutal force. the artistic director has been seriously injured after someone threw acid in his face. for more on the possible m
. >> several of his former teammates including tyler hamilton said armstrong used drunks. on "60 minutes" scott pelley asked him what effect drugs had on armstrong's performance. >> would there have been a lance armstrong without doping? >> doping definitely helped him. a lot of people said, okay everybody's doping so it's a level playing field, but that's not true. that's not true. doping took a lot of money, took a risk taker, took a lot of having connections, and a lot of people weren't willing to take all those risks. >> scott pelley with tyler hamilton on "60 minute sport." by the way, you can see it on the own network. check your local listings. >>> coming up on this wednesday, a runaway train. train slams into an apartment building, and you will not"cbs morning news." driving it. this is the "cbs morning news." the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfar
to that a little bit, you know, having done the book with tyler hamilton who was approached in a restaurant and asked by lance, physically detained and threatened, lance told him to his face he would make his life a living hell and tear him from limb to him and that doesn't leave much to the imagination, as tse fts come out the american public has to look at this, you know what a good actor this guy is and i think they will watch the oprah winfrey to seive mask slips even a fraction, the bar is high. >> i was talking last night to mike anderson a former bike mechanic who believes he found some drugs in an apartment of lance and asked to clean out and then sort of summarily fired, he was sort of sneered in the local papers, he was defamed, he was sued, he is now in knew sell land because he couldn't get a biking job in the u.s. anymore and when i was reporting about lance from lae's team i got a thick packet that had the name -- i can't remember the exact name but something like, why mike anderson is like a bad guy and bad employee, you know, and for a gay like that, those kind of tactics ru
here. as we say in the book "the secret race" that i wrote with his lieutenant tyler hamilton. when you have a small medical refrigerate northe closet of your home that he was sharing with sheryl crow, when you are dealing with a really sophisticated italian doctor and depositing millions in secret swiss bank accounts, that counts as pretty sophisticated in most people's books. this sophistication wasn't so much in the precise substance they were using, although they were using, clearly, some pretty advanced stuff. it was in the way in which they wielded it. and it was the way in which they used their power. their economic power. but most of their political connections to the people and power in the sport. to maximize their use. and that was -- that was really where they excelled. incredibly sophisticated. when he said it would take you a long time -- it would take him a long time to explain it, that's true. it was like this james bond program. >> where is it that you feel that he was not fully honest? was it this part or something snels could have been a bunch but where was the moment
and tyler hamilton and former tour winner greg lamond all spoke up and all were smeared as jealous liars trying to profit, cover their own troubles, or both. but landis wouldn't be denied, speaking with investigators, and eventually launching the investigation that brought armstrong down. he talked about it in a "nightline" exclusive in 2010. >> if i'm taking on lance armstrong, that should be evidence enough that there's a problem with the system, because i'm saying that a bunch of people did it. at some point, people have to tell their kids that santa claus isn't real. i hate to be the guy to do it, but it's just not real. >> many people think that the real tipping point was floyd landis and his decision to come forward and confess. >> i'd agree with that. >> that was the tipping point, yeah. >> i might back it up a little and talk about the comeback. i think the comeback didn't sit well with floyd. >> reporter: armstrong has been accused of running up a doping bill investigators have pegged at more than a million dollars. officials describe a ghoulish list of medical enhancements, blo
, armstrong viciously attacked those who claimed he was lying. including former teammate tyler hamilton, who today praised armstrong for finally coming clean, but with lsqyskepticism. >> it's a huge, huge first step for lance armstrong. big first step, it's really, you know, what happens next. you know, the proof is in the pudding. >> reporter: if the interview, armstrong admitted to bullying those who went up against him. >> if i didn't like what somebody said. and for whatever reasons in my own head, whether i viewed that as somebody being disloyal, a friend turning on you, i tried to control that. that's a lie, they are layers. >> reporter: the livestrong cancer foundation foued by armstrong, last night's admission brings hope of a new chapter. >> with a little sense of relief, because our organization today can finally move beyond this topic and issue. >> reporter: an issue of cheating now resolved, but a regularcy that remains unclear. chris clackum, nbc news. >>> and still no word from manti te'o whose inspiring story about the death of his girlfriend has turned out to be a hoax. t pu
-author tyler hamilton, his lieutenant, go to the same process where it is very difficult to admit all at once. it is like excavating a giant city underneath the sand, it takes time to dig out. dodge do you feel -- dodger do feel it is confined to cycling? >> is a lot of high-end sports. if you have a culture where there are not a lot of regulations, the fear of being caught, the desire for competitive people to win, he will get this pattern. the psychology is the same. the story is bigger, it is a story about culture and the answers lie in how you create a culture that helps people away from cheating as opposed to tilting them toward cheating? >> still to come on tonight's program. china's economy is not as hot as it used to be. it has the government is scrambling to find a new spark. onstage, the ballet world is known for its beauty and grace. behind-the-scenes today, there has been a brutal force. the artistic director has been seriously injured after someone threw acid in his face. for more on the possible motive, here is our washington correspondent. >> one of the stars. he graces the fam
tyler hamilton, that man right there, accused armstrong of doping and he faced armstrong's fury as a result. we'll find out what he thinks, after watching the interview. >>> later in the show, the question everyone is asking, can the live strong charity go on? we'll ask the ceo. >>> have you noticed you didn't make quite as much as you did before the new year came? of course, you are not alone. what is behind this sudden cut in pay and give you ideas of what you could do to offset that loss. >>> the story we hope will bring a smile to your face. what folks in one city are doing to boost the spirits of random strangers. >> great story. we want to start with lance armstrong's confession. anne thompson has more on what he had to say. ann, go anne, good morning. >> good morning, savannah. lance armstrong said he had the perfect story for so long, overcoming cancer, winning the tour de france, and it wasn't true. lance armstrong was emotional, but not tearful, apologetic, but not contrite. in an exclusive sbrou on own, armstrong admitted to oprah winfrey what had long been suspected.
on "today" show, exclusive interview with tyler hamilton one of the armstrong's teammates. >>> the speculation continues to swirl around notre dame as linebacker maptty te'o and the mystery over a girlfriend he publicly mourned and now says never existed. in the wake of that elaboration, if the wake of the hoax, news authorities are sifting through more questions. an associated press review finds the heisman trophy candidate perpetuated the relationship. te'o said he learned of the hoax on december 6th which leaves us to learn when will we hear from te'o himself. >>> now, the latest on the ongoing hostage crisis in algeria. new details are emerging about nationals held captive at a bp-related gas plant. some escaped but others are still being held. nbc's michelle kosinski is there, what's the latest? >> reporter: one day now after they took over the bp facility in algeria, taking dozens of international workers hostage, including americans, it is still just as difficult to get confirmed information out of there. there have been conflicting reports. different numbers coming
. a former teammate, tyler hamilton had this reaction to the interview. >> it is a first step. he is coming clean. he is telling the story that he has taken performance enhancing joe -- drugs. >> was a genuine emotion? >> i think so. i went through the same process on a much smaller scale. it is going to get easier for him. i think he will open up much more. i think we saw a lot of the truth, but not the whole truth. >> hamilton went on to say that he has never seen lance armstrong shed a tear in their time together, until last night. he says he does not need an apology, he has moved on with his life. >> the home of the tour de france was covered in heavy snow tonight. it may look pretty, but across the country, this has caused some serious traffic problems and accidents. flights have been grounded. it does not appear that any of that is bothering people on the streets in the city of lights you were just there to stop and take some pictures. >> absolutely beautiful in paris. >> everyone is asking, when are we going to see snow? >> monday, a couple of inches across most of the united kingdom
interview, a reminder that in the morning they will have live exclusive interviewes with tyler hamilton, former armstrong teammate who accused him of doping, and doug ulman, ceo of livestrong, cancer charity hurt so badly by lance armstrong's troubles. that and more from our friends on "today." next week when we see you here for rock center, set best known tv salesman since the dawn of television. and he's still going. and he may be the best salesman, period, of the modern era. he is ron popiele and this year he is in beverly hills, california. he worked hard all of his life. he worked hard for everything he owns. all of that stuff he came up with that we knew we didn't need but we got anyway, now he's working on the next big thing. while he is still using the old stuff. >> hold it there for six or seven seconds. you tap it. you shake it. not you. you shake this, right. and you just go straight down like that. but wait, there's more. >> we met him there in the same kitchen where he shoots so many of those tv commercials. so we will have that and more next week on the broadcast. for ever
sits down with tyler hamilton at 7:00 today on nbc4. >>> in an ex louis sif, a 16 clear old girl talks about being attacked on her way to the bus stop and how she managed to break free. she was going to catch the bus near lourd he is drive and hickory drive in ft. washington. she noticed a man staring at her and walking in her direction. she then says he asked her for her name and started touching himself and his hands on her. >> he lunged at me and grabbed me. i started screaming and kicking. he just like ran. i felt kind of helpless. mentally that will be in my head like for a while. >> if you know anything about the attack, police in prince george's county want to hear from you. >> a former d.c. police officer facing life in prison after being found guilty of murder. 40-year-old richmond phillips was convicted yesterday of killing his mistress and leaving their baby in a hot car to die. it took a jury 90 minutes to reach that verdict. 20 we're old wynetta wright and 11-month-old jaylin were killed in may of 2011. prosecutors say phillips, who was married, lured wright and her baby t
minutes" that broke the story of armstrong's doping. scott pelley interviewed tyler hamilton one of armstrong's former teammates and hamilton revealed how he and armstrong used banned substances, including epo and testosterone. he also said that armstrong told him about failing a drug test in 2001. well, after the "60 minutes" story aired, armstrong and his advisers complained bitterly, demanding an on-air apology. scott pelley is with us. >> good morning. >> great to be with you. >> you saw this interview last night. it didn't appear that he came completely clean. what else did you feel could have been said or should have been said? >> well it wasn't a tell-all but it was a tell a lot. it was remarkable to hear him say the things he did say. one thing that struck me nora was the way he described doping as air in our tires and water in our bottles. i mean these substances in many krass are controlled substances. this is not air and water we're talking about. and one of the things that the u.s. anti-doping agency was curious about was how were these drugs obtaine
tyler hamilton fo followed a code of silence until this "60 minutes" interview. >> you saw lance armstrong inject epo? >> yeah, like we all did. like i did many, many times. >> after that interview aired, hamilton began to cooperate with the federal investigation into armstrong. he was physically acosted by armstrong inside a restaurant according to an affidavit and armstrong told hamilton he would make his life a living hell. >> why would they say these things? >> armstrong was asked in an interview about espn about his former friends and teammates who testified about doping. >> i surrounded myself with, at ti times, questionable people and i've not, in the past, been great with -- when riders leave teams or relationships end, perhaps i haven't handled that properly and i admit that freely and personally people hate that. i would hate it, too. but why people would lie and tell stories -- some of them, obviously, were paid. some of them had other motives. that's clear. >> so he's lying there. he heard a bit from tyler hamilton, he and daniel coyle have co-written "the secret race
toward simioni. a warning to stay silent. former teammate tyler hamilton followed a code of silence and lied about doping until this "60 minutes" interview in 2011. >> you saw lance armstrong inject bpo? >> yeah. like we all did. like i did many, many times. >> after that interview aired hamilton began to cooperate with a federal investigation into armstrong. he was physically accosted by armstrong inside a restaurant according to an affidavit and armstrong told hamilton he'd make his life a living hell. >> why would they say these things -- >> in an interview with espn armstrong was asked about his former friends, teammates, and associates who testified about his doping. he had only this to say. >> i've surrounded myself with at times questionable people and i've not in the past been great with -- when riders leave teams or relationships end. perhaps i haven't handled that properly, and i admit that freely, and personally people hate that. i would hate it, too. but you know, why people would lie and tell stories -- some of them obviously were paid. some of them had other motives. t
talked to author david coyle who had written a book, with tyler hamilton. one of the things he said about tyler hamilton in getting tyler to talk about his own doping. was that at first, as somebody who has lied for so long, cannot tell the full truth. it comes out in drips and drabs. he felt this is what we were witnessing with lance armstrong. it wasn't smart to give such a big interview as the first because the truth -- he's not able to tell the full truth because he's still saying he's a bully but he wasn't saying he was directly pressuring anybody on his team. >> he had to be careful because he still has some liability legal and civil liability, and he was probably coached not to put too much out there that might be thrown back in his face in a court of law. he's already lost tens of millions of dollars in endorsements and potential earnings. and the other aspect of this is there are going to be some people who are skeptical even if he's largely telling the truth now. they're going to say he's only taking this course when every other avenue is closed off, when he has no plausible def
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and tyler hamilton. to be fair, they still have a lot of questions for lance armstrong. but they consider the fact that he's made an admission and some apologies, a huge first step. because this is a guy who does not admit mistakes or apologize easily. >> so they've never heard him apologize before? >> no. >> so it's at least something. we'll be watching again tonight of course. >>> and there's another story about public integrity in the news. seven years ago, this man, ray nagin, was the face of hurricane katrina, then the mayor of new orleans fighting for his city. >> katrina was not discriminatory in its destruction. katrina created an environment where we were fighting for our lives to save people. >> today we learned he's been indicted, charged with taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes and kickbacks, allegedly even steering katrina related contracts to his friends and associates. >>> and if you were watching the markets today, you saw it. in the final minutes before the closing bell, a big rally, the dow and the s&p rocketing up to a five-year high, the highest since the
's not true. that's when i knew that i had to tell him. i said -- don't defend me anymore. >> reporter: tyler hamilton, a former teammate and friend bitterly attacked, and even threatened for telling the truth, said that he's now seeing a side of armstrong unlike anything he has ever known. >> it's almost like, these last two nights, it's like the new lance. the lance he hoped to be and the old lance. you can see it. it's like a battle. >> this is heavy. and this is messy and this is not something that i can sit with you and leave and go, okay. >> reporter: armstrong told oprah that he's now in therapy and sees how, quote, sick some of his actions were. but it isn't just some old version of himself. that arrogant twitter photo boasting of his tour wins, even after he had been stripped, was just two months ago. >> that was just, more defiance. and you know what's scary is, i actually thought it was a good idea. >> reporter: he acknowledged that his ex-wife knew of his cheating and encouraged him not only to stop but to come clean. he never did, until he lost everything and was backed into a co
threats against teammates to keep them quiet. tyler hamilton told a federal grand jury that he doped with armstrong, and he said the same on "60 minutes" in 2011. after that, hamilton told us recently he was confronted in a bar. >> turned to my right, and it was lance armstrong. >> pelley: so he stopped you cold. >> stops me cold. >> pelley: and says what? >> well, first, he asked how much "60 minutes" had paid me to do that interview. >> pelley: answer, nothing. >> obviously nothing, yeah. the biggest thing he said is you know, "we're going to make your life a living 'effing' hell, both in the courtroom and out." >> pelley: he was, at that moment, a target of a federal investigation and you were a witness in that federal investigation. >> yep. >> pelley: intimidating a witness is a federal crime. >> yeah. >> pelley: did you feel intimidated? >> i did. i did. i did. >> pelley: the rest of the story can be seen on the premier of "60 minutes sports" tonight at 10:00 on the showtime network. in new york city today, a ferry boat crashed into a dock in lower manhattan and about 70 people
pelley talk today one of armstrong's former teammates tyler hamilton who helped him win the tour de france. >> would there have been a lance armstrong doping. >> doping definitely helped him. . >> now armstrong's main financial backer is a bay area tycoon named thomas wizel. he's famous for taking yahoo public. he also holds the holding company for armstrong's cycling team. the contract banned doping, and according to the bay citizen government investigators have subpoenaed wizel. armstrong has offered to repay more than $5 million to compensate for the fraud he allegedly committed against the postal service and taxpayers and the feds turned him down saying it's not enough. >>> a big day for facebook. the company revealed a new search engine. it's called graph search, and it allows you to narrow your searchs through different categories people, photos, places, interests. for example, you can search for friends in san francisco who like cbs 5. it'll take a long time because there are a lot of them, but graph search is available by invitation only for now. >>> some oakland performers
's trusted lieutenant. tyler hamilton helped him win the tour de france. but in an interview for the showtime program "60 minutes sports," hamilton told us both he and armstrong used banned drugs and engaged in the illegal technique called "blood doping," when a rider infuses a bag of fresh blood during a race to beat exhaustion. would there have been a lance armstrong without doping? >> doping definitely helped him. a lot of people say, "okay well, everybody's doping so it was a level playing field." but that's not true. that's not true. doping took a lot of money. it took a risk taker. it took a lot of having connections. and a lot of people just weren't willing to make... take those risks. a lot of people didn't have that money, you know? blood doping, for example, took a lot of money. a lot of details. it took a posse of sophisticated know-what-they're-doing kind of people. and lance had those. >> pelley: so most everyone at the top of the game was doping but not all the doping programs were equal. >> exactly. exactly. the people who run the sport were actually some of the dirtiest people
attacking him like former teammate tyler hamilton, who was forgiving, but not forgetful. >> it's a huge first step. it's really what happens next. >> reporter: the interview could get expensive for armstrong. sponsors and those he sued over the years are already lining up to recover what they paid him. >>> following a report by the u.s. antidoping agency last year, armstrong was stripped of his seven attitude defrance titles. the international olympic committee took away the bronze medal he won at the 2000 sydney olympics. >>> huge crowds destroyed the grass on the national mall during the first inauguration, but this time around officials are taking extra steps to protect america's turf. it's call terra-plast. the plastic protective cover will allow light and water to reach the grass, but keep the lawn from being trampled. >>> crewsle began prepping the convex center for some of the balls being held there. first lady mirnl obama takes on hosting duties for the kids ice inaugural ball on saturday. the commander in chief's ball and inaugural ball will be on monday. thousands are expected
him. i said, -- don't defend me anymore. >> reporter: tyler hamilton a former teammate and friend bitterly attacked said that he's now seeing a side of armstrong unlike anything he has ever saw. >> it's like the new lance. the lance he hoped to me and the old lance. you can see it. it's like a battle. >> this is heavy. and this is messy and this is not something that i can sit with you and leave and go, okay. >> reporter: armstrong told oprah that she's now in therapy and see how quote sick some of his actions were. that arrogant twitter photo boasting of his tour wins even after he had been stripped. was just two months ago. >> that was just, more defiance. and you know what's scary i thought it was a good idea. >> he acknowledged that his ex-wife knew of his cheating and encouraged him not only to stop and come clean. he never did until he lost everything and was back in a corner. >> will you rise again? >> i do not. >> neal is here with us. you talked about with anti-doping officials who watched this interview, has it made any difference for him? >> in a word, no. he said that
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